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Guadix y El Marquesado - Casas Cueva del Tío Tobas
Guadix y El Marquesado
TURISMO DE GRANADA - PATRONATO PROVINCIAL
Plaza Mariana Pineda, 10, 2ª - 18009 - Granada
Phone: 958 247 146 • Fax: 958 247 129
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Crossroads
T
Europa
he Granada district of Guadix y El Marquesado,
stretching from the province’s border with Jaén and
Almería, is at the very heart of the Andalusian hinterland. This
is an ancient crossraods between the region’s East and West.
The area’s beauty spots and charming towns are waiting for
us to discover them.
The district is formed by an enormous high plateau located between the Sub-Baetic and Penibetic ranges, its northern
limit is the Sierra de Cazorla and its southern limit is the Sierra Nevada, which separates it from the Mediterranean Sea.
This district is protected by the sierras which have been its
natural barriers since the beginnings of time, linked with La
Alpujarra by the Puerto de la Ragua.
España
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Andalucía
Granada
Altiplano de Granada:
Baza y Huéscar
Guadix y
El Marquesado
Granada
Poniente
Granadino
Sierra
Nevada
Alpujarra y
Valle de Lecrín
Costa Tropical - Granada
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How to get there
A captivating land
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T
he district of Guadix y El Marquesado is a crossroads between the western Spain and Andalusia. Since prehistory it has been an obligatory route and boasts a
complete road network, making it one of the region’s bestcommunicted districts.
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Only at 30 minutes away is Granada airport. The A 92,
backbone of Andalusia’s road network, crosses Guadix y El
Marquesado from East to West and a new section of the
dual carriageway links Guadix to Huéneja, in the Almería
direction. Neither must we forget the roads linking the district’s villages or the railway, the best way to travel and enjoy
the view.
ranquil white villages, farmhouses, archaeological remains, rivers, mountains, monumental towns... history and nature are
intimately entwined in this land of
many features, a land which captivates all who discover it. Its countryside, its people and above all, the peace which permeates each nook and
cranny of Guadix y El Marquesado
makes it a paradise within our reach.
In order to make your visit even
more rewarding and to help you get to know this ancient
land, this publication has been divided into two sections. In
the first section you will find information about the district’s
tourist products (heritage, cave-houses, handcrafts, natural
attractions etc.) and in the second part various routes
through its towns and beauty spots are presented.
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Cultural crossroads
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olmens, Iberian remains, and the Roman city of Acci
(Guadix), founded by Julius Caesar, all speak of the
ancient settling of Guadix y El
Marquesado, a crossroads
dating from the most remote
Antiquity.
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The Muslims who came to
the Peninsula in the 8th Century occupied these lands for
centuries. The Morisco
rebellion in 1568 provoked the expulsion of the
Muslim population and
their substitution by
Christian resettlers.
La Calahorra
Chimneys in Purullena
A cave in Marchal
Thus began a new phase in the history of Guadix y El Marquesado.
New fiestas and celebrations were
introduced and the churches and
civil buildings which we can still
admire in each town and village of
the district were raised. The district’s Islamic heritage remained
however as we can see in the
Mudejar churches, agricultural methods, Arab placenames, etc.
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Paulenca
Graena landscape
The stamp of History
T
he district of Guadix y El Marquesado enjoys a unique monumental heritage, witness to
its long history. The Muslims
left an indelible legacy: castles, city walls, towers, cisterns, baths and above all the
towns with their narrow
streets where time seems to
have stood still since the
middle ages.
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Guadix y Marquesado’s
two most important monuments are: Guadix Cathedral
and La Calahorra castle. The
cathedral, built between the
16th and and 18th Century, is a
mixture of Gothic, Renais-
Detail of Guadix Cathedral
sance and Baroque styles: the
chapel of San Torcuato is the
work of Diego de Siloé while outside the main façade
recalls the style of Borromini.
La Calahorra
Castle, in the administrative seat of
the Marquesado
del Zenete, houses
one of the most
beautiful Renaissance palaces in
Spain. Built in the
early 16th Century
and inspired by Italian models, its
beautiful arcaded
courtyard is an
impressive sight.
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A Typical Street in Polícar
Detail of La Calahorra Castle
Night view of Guadix Cathedral
Cave houses
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he special geological
characteristics of la
Hoya de Guadix dale and
The Outskirts of Guadix
the Fardes and Gor,
river valleys with
their easily-excavated
earth have given rise
to a singular type of
dwelling: cave houses.
We can see and experience these dwellings excavated in the
earth, equipped with
three stars acommoCave house Chimneys in Guadix
dation comfort (telephone, water, comfortable ddish earth and the houses’
environment and electricity) whitwashed chimneys and
thanks to the rural accom- doorways. When you enter a
modation on offer in the area. cave house, you will understand why this way of life has
Cave dwellings have pro- lasted so long; its thermal
duced an attractive type of insulation means that the
scenery, characterized by the temperature remains conscontrast between the re- tant throughout the year,
The Tools used to build House
Caves
Inside a House Cave
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with an average of 18-20ºC.
Warm in Winter and cool in
Summer, rustic and welcoming, their whitewashed
walls and simple forms captivate all who choose them for
accommodation.
Caves in Marchal
Cave house
With its own special flavour
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ne of the identifying characteristics of a people is their cuisine. Guadix y El Marquesado’s cuisine is both simple and delicious, using local products and traditional recipes which have survivied the
march of time. Stews, migas, or fried (garlic) breadcrumbs, gachas, a type
of polenta, gurullos, a sun-dried pasta made of flour, water and salt, shaped like wheat and used in rabbit and game stews, kid or lamb in persillade, marinaded partridge etc...
dishes to suit every palate.
Valle del Zalabí’s pork products
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Guadix is the place to
enjoy “talbinas”, a fried bread
and honey-based pudding,
polenta with peppers and
herrings, papas a lo pobre,
“paupers’” potato stew, paprika with sardines, olla de San
Antón, a stew based on hari- Pork barbecue
cot beans and pork products, Guadix soup and Mozarabe-style lamb. And
to round it off, tocino de cielo, a delicious egg-custard.
Other products and dishes from the district are “los sustentos”, a
popular stew from Lanteira, Valle del Zalabí’s pork products and cured
meats, its wines, bread, cakes and pastries, while Diezma, is reknowned for
its partridges, cheeses and liqueurs.
Diezma cheeses
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Stews
Marinaded partridge
Kid or lamb in persillade
Ancient handcrafts
H
andcrafts
have survived thanks to them
now being considered as works of art.
The most widespread
craft in Guadix y El
Marquesado is potPottery
tery, a tradition that
dates back to Prehistory. Esparto, chairmaking, wickerwork
and wought iron are other handcrafts practised in the district,
with the added value of each craftsman’s personal stamp.
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The clayey Guadix, earth is the raw material for its characteristic pottery with native forms such as water pitchers,
Accitan jars and the Guadix torus. To purchase pieces of
handcrafted pottery we can visit any of the numerous pottery
stands in Purullena, where Accitan jars are made and pottery
is thrown in the Levantine tradition can be bought. In Diezma
we will find esparto and plaited esparto handcrafts.
Esparto work
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iestas, pilgrimages,
traditions and curious
traditional characters such as
the Guadix Cascamorras are
yet another attractive reason
to come to the district of
Guadix y El Marquesado.
Excitement is assured in
the Gor bullruns, held during
the celebrations in honour of
San Cayetano, or enjoy the
fiestas celebrated in La Peza in
honour of Our Lady del Rosario. Savour the atmosphere of
pilgrimages such as that of
Our Lady, Virgen de la Cabeza in Esfiliana (Valle del Zalabí), or of San Antón, celebrated in Guadix and in Alcudia,
also in the Valle del Zalabí.
In Andalusia Holy Week
celebrations enjoy a long tradition. It has been celebrated
in Guadix since the 16th Century; its streets, squares and
other spots are an incomparable setting for the processions
in a special, Baroque atmosphere. During this time in Cortes y Graena the Enramao, a
collection of branches, is hung
Foto: Manuel Mogan
Fiestas and traditions
Bullrunning in Gor
out and a “Judas” is burnt,
curious traditions which have
been grafted onto the religious celebrations.
Foto: Miguel Rodríguez
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The Cascamorras Fiesta in Guadix
Esfiliana’s Pilgrimage
A singular scenery
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uadix y El Marquesado is a land characterised by its
contrasting scenery: from the foothills of the Sierra
Nevada to the mysterious, arid lunar landscape of the Montes Orientales, or western hills and from the reddish tones of
Hoya de Guadix dale to the green valleys of the rivers that
flow through the district.
From Fonelas to Alicún
The North of the district is arid, a land of ochre shades,
constantly changing as the day progresses. The clayey earth of
Guadix has the highest concentration of caves in Europe, picturesque scenery defined by the contrast of the whitewashed
chimneys of the red-earth cave-houses.
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Surrounding of Purullena
Leafy valleys presided by reddish peaks where caves
abound is the defining characteristic of the West of the district, while the countryside of Marquesado del Zenete heralds
the nearby Sierra Nevada.
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In the Heart of Nature
H
iking, cycle
tourism,
horseriding
etc.
Guadix y El Marquesado are the perfect
seting for activity
tourism in the heart
of nature.
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To get to know a
land intimately, the
best way to visit it is
on foot or by mountain bike, enjoying
the scenery while at
the same time practising a healthy sport.
Moreover, we can go
on horse rides
Andalusia’s emblem
animal, or visit the
many caves scattered
around the district,
many of which boast
Hiking
prehistoric remains
and paintings.
The spa in
Alicún de las
Torres (in the
borough of Villanueva de las
Torres) and that of Graena are the
ideal place to relax and take it easy.
Therefore, taking advantage of the
medicinal properties of the district’s
waters, health tourism is another free
time activity on
offer in the district.
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Countryside Bathed by Water
Graena Baths
Route 1:
The Western hills
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oth History
and
the
beauty of the contrasting scenery are
the inspiration for
this route in which
the attraction of the
past combines with
rural tourism. This is
a land which has long
been witness to the
adventures of Man’s
history.
Alamedilla is a
good spot from
which to contemplate semi-arid surroundings next to
fertile lands irrigated by the Guadahortuna river. We can also visit
Puente del Hacho bridge, a typical
example of 19th-Century French engineering, spanning a large gorge.
Enjoying the delightful, impressive
desert scenery of Pedro Martínez,
dotted with farmhouses among the
hills and gorges, we arrive in Laborcillas which together with Moreda,
constitute the borough
of Morelábor; lands
with a true frontier
nature, as its archaeological remains testify.
The long history of Huélago and
Fonelas can be seen in Prehistoric engravings and Mudejar
architecture. We finish our trip in
Benalúa, an obligatory route
between Jaén and Almería (the
Roman Via Augusta) which
reflects its importance in the district’s history. We are now close
to the A 92, the backbone of
Andalusia, which brings any point
in the region within easy reach.
Benalúa de Guadix
View of Pico Mencal in Fonelas
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Route 2:
From the Valleys to the Mountains
A
t r i p
back in
time is assured in
this route which
takes us to the
Sierra de Gor.
Both history and
nature combine in each
town and in the countryside,
showing us man’s imprint on
his surroundings.
bathed by the Fardes
river and our visit is
made even more
rewarding by the
remains of a Roman
road and baths.
Gorafe Pass
Passing the ruins of longgone civilisations and unfor-
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gettable scenery, we reach
Gorafe, with the highest
concentration of dolmens in
the Iberian Peninsula. It
boasts a funerary complex,
the quality and variety of
whose archaeological remains make it an important
site, not to mention the
beauty of its surroundings.
Dolmens de Gorafe
Our trip through History
begins between the archaeological remains of Alicún de
Ortega and of Dehesas de
Guadix, where as well as its
notable cave-houses we can
also admire the impressive
Cerro del Reloj hill.
Villanueva de las Torres
is blessed with a bounteous
climate, its fertile farmlands
Gorafe
Following the course of
the river Gor, we approach
the foothills of the range
which bears its name and
where numerous farmhouses and villages dot the countryside. In Gor, our destina-
tion, it is impossible not to
admire the remains of its
Islamic castle walls or visit
the Las Víboras beauty spot.
Gor
Route 3- From Darro to Lugros:
Marchal oint boroughs
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uring this
trip water, in all its different forms, will be
our constant companion. We are in the
Hoya de Guadix dale,
completely surrounded by
various mountain ranges.
Here we can admire the eroded reddish peaks crowning
the fertile valleys, eternal
guardians which have jealously protected these lands
throughout their History.
We set out
from Darro which, together
with Diezma, nestles in the
foothills of the Sierra Arana,
an ideal base for activities
such as hiking. Towns and vi-
llages in the leafy valleys
bathed by the various tributaries of Fardes contrast
sharply with the naural ochre
walls surrounding them.
Passing through picture postcard scenery we arive in La
Peza, on the northern slopes
of the Sierra Nevada which
majestically crowns all of the
area’s scenery.
Only 7km from Guadix
we come cross Cortes y
Graena, a borough formed
by three different villages situated in a beautiful valley,
the colour of whose vegetation displays an incredible
range of tones. The most
important elements of its
history are the venerable
house caves which were
inabited as far back as the
Muslim occupation. In nearby
Purullena, set among scenery well worth admiring,
visits to the Cuesta del Negro archaeological site and
its large quarter of cavehouses are a must, while its
traditional pottery is a joy
to see.
Marchal reached its apogee in the Nasrid period, a
Purullena
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Route 3- From Darro to Lugros:
Marchal oint boroughs
fact reflected by its heritage. Among its buildings
the Gallardo palace set
upon the central hill is
outstanding. Continuing
southwards, we can see
beautiful urban views of
Beas de Guadix, a small
village next to the river Gallardo Palace in Marchal
Alhama. Resuming our journey through this unforgettable
Finally, approaching the
Sierra Nevada foothills, our
trip ends in Lugros, the joint
boroughs’ most mountainous town, whose street
plan follows the land’s
uneven contours.
Beas de Guadix
Throughout the whole
of this route the varying tones of the senery, ever-changing as
the day progresses and the light shifts, delight the eye.
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Marchal
Polícar
scenery, we arrive in Polícar, a picturesque town of narrow
streets and intimate squares overlooking a gorge, seeming to
accompany its visitors in the quiet contemplation of its surroundings.
Surrounding of Lugros
Route 4:
Around Guadix
A STROLL THROUGH GUADIX
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he ancient city of
Guadix, was a Roman colony Iulia Gemella
Acci, and later the Muslim
town of Guad-Haix (Arabic
for “river of life”). In the 15th
Century it was the seat of
the El Zagal court before
being conquered by the
Catholic Kings. This
long, rich history
can be seen in
its streets, its
squares and
its nume-
rous monuments. A stroll
through the
Alcazaba quarter and its surroundings will
delight
the
senses.
Guadix Cathedral
The colonnaded Plaza de la Constitución, square is evi-
Guadix view
dence of the legacy of the
Christian resettlers. Worthy
of admiration is the 17thCentury Corregidores Balcony on the South façade of
the Town Hall. The Cathedral, built upon the site
of the Main Mosque,
dates from the
16th Century.
Its Gothic
and Renaissance interior was
terminated in the Baroque
period while its main façade
recalls the style of Borromini
and its impressive tower rises over the city’s rooftops.
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This is the area where
most of the city’s monuments are to be found: the
16th-Century Archbishop’s
Palace and the Renaissance
Villalegre Palace lead us to
the Torreón del Ferro tower. More churches such as
the 16th-Century church of
San Miguel and of the church
of la Magdalena, one of the
oldest in Guadix, are testimony to the city’s Christian
heritage. From the nearby
Mirador de la Magdalena we
can admire some truly beautiful views.
Returning to the medieval quarter, with its narrow
streets, so typical of Muslim
Route 4:
Around Guadix
architecture, we will see the Convent of the Conception and
the Peñaflor Palace, a beautiful noble mansion from the
Baroque period. We are now in the oldest part of Guadix,
close to one of its most emblematic buildings: the Alcazaba.
Declared a National Monument, its origins date from the
Alcazaba
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Plaza Mayor de Guadix
Caliphate. Both a fortress and palace, its towers dominate the
city and the plain
Nestling between mansions and Huerta de los Pastores
is the church of Santiago. This church was built upon the site
of a former mosque. Its Mudejar tower recalling its Islamic
legacy combined Diego de Siloé’s Renaissance portico. We
can also visit the church of San Torcuato before continuing
to the Gate of the
same name and on to
the
15th-Century
church of San Francisco and the
church of Santa Ana, built
upon a the
site of a
mosque.
Santiago´s Church
Going towards the
Ermita Nueva quarter
where we can see the
town’s cave houses,
we can visit the
Baroque church of San
Diego. Visiting the
Padre Poveda cave
and the Cave-Museum
of Popular Arts and
Customs to get a taste
of the way of life which
so fascinated Gerald
Brenan, are both a
must.
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Cave in Guadix
Guadix Cathedral
Route 4:
Around Guadix
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n the outskirts of Guadix are a series of towns
and villages we cannot afford to miss. Set
between mountain ranges from which swift rivers flow and with a
great variety of scenery, their location, history and their inhabitants’
hospitality make them a must.
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One of the bourough closest to Guadix is Valle del Zalabí, which comprises three settlement of which Charches is
one. It is located in the Gor foothills, next to the Sierra de
Baza Nature Park. A great day out is to be had in Fraguara de
Charches, a recreational area managed by the Enviromental
Agency. If not, we can always enjoy the town’s cuisine.
Alcudia, plainly visible from El Monterón peak, is also part
of the borough, its past evident in its streetplan. The third settlement is Esfiliana, where we
can enjoy its rich heritage and
beauty spots such as La
Cuñana. Its biograhical museum dedicated to the village’s Baroque sculptor Ruiz
Valle del Zalabí view
Charches view
El Monterón Peak
del Peral, is not to be
missed. We also recommend you to see the pilgrimage dedicated to Our
Lady, Santa María de la
Cabeza to Zalabí’s shrine,
built in the 16th Century.
Coming ever closer to
the Sierra Nevada, crowned
by Mt. Mulhacén while also
reaching the end of our
journey, we arrive in
Albuñán and Cogollos de
Guadix. We are now near
Church of Esfiliana
Church of la Anunciación in Alcudia
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Museum Ruiz Peral
Surrounding la Cuñana
Route 4:
Around Guadix
Valle del Zalabí Hermitage
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the Sierra Nevada, whose snow-capped peaks stand jealous
guard over the whole area. Among the heritage to be
admired in the villages is
the ehtnological museum
in Albuñán, in a restored
ancient tinao (a type of
porch) and the medieval
cistern in Cogollos, next to
the imposing brick tower of
the church, a Mudejar needle Medieval cistern in Cogollos
Albuñán Church
pointing skywards.
This area is the beginning of our next
route which tales us
through Marquesado
del Zenete.
Ethnological Museum of Albuñán
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Anunciación´s Church in Cogollos
Route 5:
Marquesado del Zenete
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he whole of this
route is through the
majestic scenery of the Sierra Nevada foothills. These
boroughs, dotted with small
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Our route begins in Jérez
del Marquesado, located at
the head of rivers, between
chestnut trees and the Barranco del Sened gorge, it is
in unequalled scenery, the whitewashed walls of its
houses contrasting
with their red
Jérez del Marquesado
farming vilages, are a like a
string of white pearls set
between chestnut trees and
brooks, postcard scenery
that will linger forever in our
memory.
“La Tizna” Recreational Area in Jérez del Marquesado
roof-tiles. Lanteira, is our
next stop, standing between
flowing waters and groves of
trees. Its most important
ruins are the two fortresses
known as Castillos de los
Moros, or Castles of the
Moors”.
The mining origins of the
area of Alquife, are reflected
in its very name, from the
Arabic Al-Kahf, meaning “the
grotto”.
La Calahorra Castle
Continuing along the
slopes of the Sierra Nevada
we can make out the majestic La Calahorra castle,
regarded as a National Historical and Artistic Monument. It is a Plateresque
fortress from 1509, housing a
Renaissance palace, something which in its time was a
novel concept. With the Sierra Nevada in the background, its beautiful silhouette dominates the surrounding countryside, transporting
us back to earlier times.
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Route 5:
Marquesado del Zenete
Ferreira
La Calahorra view
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Near to La Calahorra is
Aldeire, built around an
ancient Mozarab monastery.
Its fortress, dating back to
the Caliphate, should not be
missed, and neither should
the Arab baths on the banks
of the Los Molinos river, the
place for a beautiful stroll.
Not far away we come Ferreira, whose origins go back
to Prehistoric times and
La Calahorra
whose uneven streets have
been endowed over the centuries with a rich heritage.
Nearby is Dólar, built
around a hill upon which the
remains a Muslim castle are
Surrounding Ferreira
Street ofDólar
still to be seen. Through it streets run water chanels leading
to the former Islamic baths. The route finishes Huéneja,
strategically placed between the hills and the plains. Here
we can enjoy its delightful natural surroundings which,
thanks to its aquifers, are home to numerous chestnut trees
and watermils.
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Y 958384200
Fax: 958384287
CUEVAS LA GRANJA lll
Camino de La Granja s/n
Y 958676000
Fax: 958684433
[email protected] /
www.cuevas.org
JÉREZ DEL
MARQUESADO
EL PICÓN DE
SIERRA NEVADA ***
García Lorca, 22
Y 902010476
Y y Fax: 958672176
[email protected]
www.hotelpiconsierranevada.com
LA CALAHORRA
ROSALÍA **
Granada, 29
Y y Fax: 958693184
THEATRES
GUADIX
LUGROS
IZNALLOZ
GUADIX
ESTACIÓN DE RENFE
Explanada de
la Estación, s/n
Y 902240202
TEATRO MIRA DE
AMEZCUA
Plaza de la Constitución, s/n
Y 958662995
ABADES GUADIX ****
Autovía A-92, km. 295,5
Y 902323800
Fax: 902323804
[email protected]
www.abades.com
PATIO DE LUGROS ***
Cerrillo de las Perdices
Y 958066015-016
Fax: 958066017
[email protected]
www.patiodelugros.net
ESTACIÓN DE RENFE
Barriada La Estación
Y 902240202
APARTMENTS
MULHACÉN **
Avenida Buenos Aires 41
Y 958660750
Fax: 958660661
HOSPEDERÍA DEL
ZENETE ****
Ctra. La Ragua, 1
Y y Fax: 958677192
[email protected]
www.hospederiadelzenete.com
GORAFE
REINA ISABEL **
Ctra. de Gorafe, s/n
(Balneario de Alicún)
Y 958694022
Fax: 958694411
CUEVAS DEL TÍO TOBAS lll
Ctra. de Almería, km.1
Y 958698350
Fax: 958698537
[email protected]
www.tiotobas.com
GOR
VILLA DE GOR ***
A-92, km. 308
Y 958682241
Fax: 958682097
[email protected]
www.hotelvilladegor.com
VILLANUEVA DE LAS
TORRES
CORTES Y GRAENA
CUEVAS BLANCAS ll
Uropia, 44
Y 677332195
www.cuevasblancas.com
CUEVAS SAN MARCOS ll
Generalife, 1
Y 617782247
www.cuevassanmarcos.com
FONELAS
CORTIJO SAN PEDRO lll
Ctra. Fonelas-Baños
de Alicún, s/n
Y 958972072678441664
[email protected]
www.anchurones.com
CUEVAS LA CHUMBERA lll
Paraje Pago de Coila, Parc. 24
Y 661292097
Y 661292098
www.cuevaslachumbera.com
CUEVAS MEDINACELI ll
Medinaceli, 16-18
Y 958679040
www.cuevasmedinaceli.com
GOR
CASA GORILLO 1º y 2º ll
Anejo de las Juntas, s/n
Y 958682113
Y 667747813
www.guadixymarquesado.org
CUEVAS EL ATOCHAL ll
Camino Real, s/n
Y 958682085
Y680493565
GUADAHORTUNA
CINEGÉTICAS LAS ENCEBRAS l
Ctra. Iznalloz-Guadahortuna,
km. 11
Y 958385282
Y 649437658
[email protected]
www.lasencebras.com
GUADIX
CUEVAS DEL ABUELO JOSÉ ll
Cortijo Carrizo. Camino
Guadix, s/n
Y 958066088 - 652894584
[email protected]
www.cuevasabuelojose.com
CUEVAS PEDRO ANTONIO DE
ALARCÓN ll
Barriada San Torcuato s/n
Y 958664986
Fax: 958661721
[email protected]
www.andalucia.com/cavehotel
LA TALA ll
A-92N, km. 297,5
Y y Fax: 958586104
Y 666060222
[email protected]
www.complejotala.com
CHEZ JEAN ET JULIA l
Ermita Nueva 67
Y 689369800
45
Useful information
CUEVA DE MARÍA l
Ermita Nueva, 1
Y 958660716
www.guadixdigital.com/cuevasdemaria
IZNALLOZ
EL COLMENAR DE LAS ERAS l
Alto Eras, s/n
Y 637919674
LA CALAHORRA
CUEVAS DEL ZENETE lll
Valle del Piena, s/n
Y 958698296
Y 615299693
Fax: 958698907
[email protected]
www.cuevasdelzenete.com
LANTEIRA
46
POSADA DEL ALTOZANO l
Cno. Fuente de La Parra s/n
Y 958673177
www.posadadelaltozano.com
LOS BAÑOS DE GRAENA
CUEVAS BLANCAS ll
Uropía, 44
Y 958670685- 677332195
Fax: 958095112
[email protected]
www.cuevasblancas.com
HOSTALS
DEHESAS DE GUADIX
RURAL ACCOMMODATIONS
GOR
ACTIVITIES
CORTES Y GRAENA
FUENSANTA MC
Avda. Constitución, 56
Y 958677804
ALBUÑÁN
EL CERRILLO
Rambla Valdiquín, s/n
Y 958345560
www.hotelelcerrillo.com
ALCUDIA DE GUADIX
GLORIA **
San Antonio, 23
Y 958670690
[email protected]
www.hostalruralgloria.es
MONTUAL **
Ctra. de La Peza s/n
Y 958670735
www.hotelruralmontual.com
SOLEADO **
Baños de Graena, Escuelas s/n
Y 958670685
GUADAHORTUNA
LEYVAMAR
Ctra. Córdoba-Almería 176
Y 958383181
GUADIX
EL RETIRO
Avda. Mariana Pineda 38
Y 958660047
HUÉNEJA
IZNALLOZ
402, EL *
Ctra. Bailén-Motril, 105
Y 958384403
GONZÁLEZ
Ctra. de Almería, s/n
Y 958683168
ALOJASUR
Barrio Calvario, 32
Y 629732222
www.alojasur.com
CUEVAS DEL TÍO TOBAS
Ctra. de Almería, km.1
(Valle de Piena)
Y 958698350
[email protected]
www.tiotobas.com
ALQUIFE
PURULLENA
CAMINERO, EL *
Avda. de Andalucía, 30
Y 958690154
[email protected]
www.hostalcaminero.com
EL CASTILLO
Carretera de La Ragua, 1
Y 958677192
LABELLA
Álamo, 3
Y 958677363 Fax: 958677241
PENSIONS
MANJÓN
Los Caños, 20
Y 958677081
EL PÁJARO AZUL ll
Urupía, 16
Y 647575848
www.apartamentospajaroazul.es
MOYA E HIJOS
Carmen, 16
Y 958676028
LA PEZA
CORTES Y GRAENA
PURULLENA
MARI
Real, 1
Y 958674173
EL MIRADOR
Ctra. Granada s/n
Y 958670685
CUEVAS OLMOS ll
Depósito, s/n
Y 958690040
[email protected]
[email protected]
www.cuevasolmos.com
ALCUDIA DE GUADIX
MESÓN CASA DEL CURA
Ancha, 8
Y 958682176
GUADIX
CORTIJO ALMAZARA
Paulenca, 40
Y 958665464
Fax: 958220227
TÍO TOBAS
Ctra. de Almería, km. 11
Y 958698350
BENALÚA
CAMPO DE TIRO CUBIERTO
Espacio Joven-Pantano, s/n
(Complejo Deportivo de
Benalúa)
Y 658481318
CORTES Y GRAENA
CORTIJO LA TALA
A-92 N, km. 297,5
Y 666060222
Y y Fax: 958586104
[email protected]
www.complejolatala.com
MONTUAL
Ctra. de la Peza, s/n
Y 958670735-38
[email protected]
www.hotelruralmontual.com
JÉREZ DEL MARQUESADO
DIEZMA
LOS CASTAÑOS
Escuelas, 5
Y 958672433
www.benarum.com
BREMONT BUSTAMANTE
La Fuente, 2
Y 659511995
www.andaventur.com
LANTEIRA
FONELAS
POSADA PIEDRA DE LA
HERRADURA
Piedra de la Herradura, s/n
Y 958673598
Y 638050349
ACCIAVENTURA
Alhambra, 5
Y 615457546
LA CALAHORRA
BENALÚA
CUEVAS DE ALMAGRUZ lll
Cortijo Almagruz, s/n
Y 685928812
Y 658923971
[email protected]
www.cuevasalmagruz.com
LA HACIENDA DEL
MARQUESADO
Ctra.Jeres-Guadix, km. 5,7
Y 958675686
MARI
San Antonio, 23
Y y Fax: 958670690
[email protected]
www.pensionmari.es
SOLÍS
Triana, 17 Y 958674207
PÍÑAR
LOS PEREJILES
Ctra. de Píñar, s/n
Y 958394625
LOS CHARCONES
Doctor Segura, 4
Y 958662652
Y 630461331
www.alquiferural.com
LOS CHARCONES I
Doctor Segura, 4
Y 958662652
Y 630461331
www.alquiferural.com
LOS CHARCONES II
Doctor Segura, 4
Y 958662652
Y 630461331
www.alquiferural.com
REFUGES
BELERDA
JÉREZ DEL MARQUESADO
CASA CUEVA TAJO DEL POLLO
Tajo del Pollo, s/n
Y 958431349
Y 609375054
[email protected]
www.tajodelpollo.com
REFUGIO POSTERO ALTO
Alrután, 3
Y 616506083
www.fedamon.com
PURULLENA
ECUADOR
Ctra. de Vílchez-Almería, s/n
Y 958697054
RUTA DEL SUR
Avda. de Andalucía, 51
Y 958690167
GUADIX
ALDEIRE
CASA FORESTAL LA PEÑA
Casa Forestal La Peña, s/n
Y 607858477
CODERIX DEPORTE Y OCIO
Avda. Buenos Aires, 20-3ºD
Y 637820741
YOUTH HOSTEL
TOR-ES 2000
Velázquez, 12
Y 958813955
[email protected]
GRANJA-ESCUELA DEL DUQUE
Ctra. de acceso a Gor
Y 958345218
958682015
CENTRO ECUESTRE CABACCI
Camino de Lugros, 10
Y 958662201
Fax: 958661706
[email protected]
www.cabacci.com
DEHESAS DE GUADIX
DARRO
GOR
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Useful information
PÍÑAR
GRANJA-ESCUELA EL CASTILLO
Real, 5
Y 958394768 - 619048785
www.elcastillodepinar.com
DÓLAR
MESÓN RURAL TÍO TOBAS TT
Ctra. de Almería, km. 1
Y 958698137 • 60 pax
ANDRÉS T
Ctra. Almería-Cruce de Dólar, s/n
Y 958697625
80 pax
HEALTH
MESÓN ANTONIO T
Ctra. de Almería, s/n
Y 958698253 • 64 pax
SPAS
BENALÚA
CORTES Y GRAENA
BALNEARIO DE GRAENA
San Antonio, 5
Y 958670681
Fax: 958670646
in[email protected]
www.balneario-graena.com
VILLANUEVA DE LAS
TORRES
48
ALCUDIA DE GUADIX
BALNEARIO DE ALICÚN DE
LAS TORRES
Ctra. de Gorafe, s/n
Y 958694022 Fax: 958694411
www.alicundelastorres.com
ARAB BATHS
GUADIX
HAMMAM KABIR
A-92 Salida 294. El Bejarín
Y 958066088
Y 652894584 - 625560371
[email protected]
www.hammam-kabir.com
RESTAURANTS
ALAMEDILLA
MESÓN MARTÍNEZ T
Iglesias, 35
Y 958392745 • 60 pax
CUEVAS LA GRANJA TT
Cuevas La Granja, s/n
Y 958676000 • 55 pax
www.cuevas.org
MOYA E HIJOS T
Carmen, 16
Y 958676028 • 69 pax
CAMPOTÉJAR
MESÓN ELITE T
Alameda, 7
Y 958385260 • 76 pax
CORTES Y GRAENA
EL MIRADOR T
A-92, km. 283
Y 958690305 • 64 pax
EMBALSE FRANCISCO ABELLÁN T
Ctra. de la Peza-Embalse Francisco Abellán
Y 958345000 • 44 pax
DARRO
ECUADOR TT
Espinosa San Martín, s/n
Y 958697054 • 93 pax
EL PARAÍSO T
Ctra. Córdoba - Almería, s/n
Y 958697176 • 32 pax
VISTA NEVADA T
A-92, Cruce Jaén, s/n
Y 958680093 • 56 pax
ALBUÑÁN
GOR
VENTA NUEVA TT
Autovía A-92 Área de Servicio
Y 958682109
600 pax
[email protected]
www.ventanueva.com
ÁREA DE SERVICIO ALAMILLA T
Ctra. Granada-Murcia
Y 958682240 • 80 pax
MESÓN CASA DEL CURA T
Ancha, 8
Y 958682176 • 60 pax
MESÓN RURAL HNOS.
VERGARA T
Salida Cenascuras-Gorafe de
la A-92
Y 958681825 • 92 pax
VENTA VICARIO T
A-92, km. 318
Y 958345201 • 72 pax
GORAFE
ROSALÍA TT
Granada, 29
Y 958693184 • 36 pax
GUADAHORTUNA
CINEGÉTICAS LAS ENCEBRAS TT
Ctra. Iznalloz-Guadahortuna, km. 11
Y 958385282 - 649437658
237 pax.
[email protected]
www.lasencebras.com
LA CODORNIZ T
Ctra. de Huelma, 23
Y 958383042
DIEZMA
LA HACIENDA DEL
MARQUESADO TTT
Ctra. Jérez-Guadix, km. 5,7
Y 958675686 •131 pax
www.lahaciendadelmarquesado.es
HITA T
Ctra. N-342, km. 245
Y 958680006
24 pax
GUADIX
BOABDIL TT
Manuel de Falla
Y 958664883 • 35 pax
EL ALBERGUE TT
Avda. Medina Olmos, 48
Y 958660799 • 40 pax
MESÓN EL CATO TT
Jardines, 6
Y 958662698 • 32 pax
PEPE TT
Boabdil, 1-bajo
Y 958664627 • 28 pax
CHURRASCO T
Poetisa Hafsa, 3.
Pl Sierra Nevada, s/n-bajo dcha.
(Ed. Mulhacén)
Y 958669153 • 54 pax
EL RETIRO T
N-342, km 38
Y 958665166 • 60 pax
MANJÓN TT
Los Caños, 20
Y 958673081
60 pax
LANTEIRA
POSADA DEL ALTOZANO T
Cno. Fuente la Parra, s/n
Y 958673209
53 pax
LA PEZA
FLORIDA T
Camino Rután, s/n
Y 958664449 • 24 pax
SANTA ROSA T
Urb. Santa Rosa, s/n
Y 958661102 • 40 pax
LUGROS
EL ZEGRÍ TT
Ctra. Bailén-Motril, km. 80
Y 958346310 • 58 pax
EL 402 T
Ctra. Bailén-Motril, km. 98
Y 958384403 • 100 pax
VENTA DE LOS ARCOS T
Estación, 35
Y 958384013 • 90 pax
LA CALAHORRA
EL CASTILLO TT
Ctra. de Guadix, 14
Y 958677192
135 pax
[email protected]
www.hospederiadelzenete.com
LABELLA TT
Ctra. de Aldeire, 1
Y 958677363
122 pax
LOS TORREONES TT
Baños de Alicún. Ctra. de Gorafe
Y 958694022 • 90 pax
[email protected]
www.alicundelastorres.com
TRAVEL AGENCIES
GUADIX
POSADA PIEDRA DE
LA HERRADURA T
Piedra de la Herradura, s/n
Y 638050349
44 pax
MOROLLÓN T
Ctra. de Granada, 9
Y 958674203
24 pax
IZNALLOZ
VILLANUEVA DE LAS
TORRES
PATIO DE LUGROS
Álamos, 1
Y 958066015
50 pax
MOREDA
VENTA EL MALENO T
Ctra. N-342, s/n
Y 958345190
125 pax
PÍÑAR
CAMPOPINEDA TTT
Avda. Almería, 2
Y 958106262
Y 629402891
103 pax
www.aceitescampopineda.com
ACCITUR
Avda. Mariana Pineda, 6
Y 958665003
Fax: 958662838
[email protected]
CENTRAL DE RESERVAS
COMARCA DE GUADIX
Pedro Antonio Alarcón, 1
Y 958661989
Fax: 958662790
[email protected]
DELGADO
Avda. Medina Olmos, 33
Y 958660518 - 661161
Fax: 958662005
[email protected]
JAIRÁN
Poetisa Hafsa, 3
Y 958669016 - 665133
Fax: 958662892
[email protected]
IZNALLOZ
ESTIVAL TOUR (PICASENTOUR)
Avda. Andalucía, 36 bajo
Y 958384224 Fax: 958384279
[email protected]
FLANDRIA INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL
Ctra. A-44, km. 98.
Venta la Nava
Y 958397248
PURULLENA
MONTEJÍCAR
RUTA DEL SUR T
Avda. Andalucía, s/n
Y 958690167
150 pax
JOSEMART VIAJES
Leones, 6, Bajo-B
Y 958393334
[email protected]
www.josemartviajes.es
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